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Monday, June 13, 2011

Smartphone OS War: Android to Dominate iOS, Windows Phone 7

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IDC’s June 2011 report presents the following stats on prominent mobile companies and the market share for their current operating system:
Google (Android) – 38.9 percent
RIM (Blackberry OS) – 14.2 percent
Nokia (Symbian) – 20.6 percent
Apple (iOS) – 18.2 percent
Microsoft (Windows Phone 7) 3.8 percent
Others – 4.3 percent
Google’s share of the market is expected to rise 4.9 percent from 38.9 percent to 43.8 percent in the next five years, dominating the disputed OS market at least until 2015.
Apple’s iOS, currently positioned in second with 18.2 percent, is expected to be outperformed by Microsoft’s WP7, currently at 3.8 percent, in 2015 with an impressive 16.5 percent jump to 20.3 percent of the market share. It’s a big leap the Windows Phone 7 is expected to make in partnership with mobile-device-expert Nokia, which are both in transition to integrate operations and production.
RIM’s Blackberry OS is expected to maintain its position at fourth in 2015 despite its expected 0.8 percent slump in 2015.

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